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1) First configure Windows server 2008 R2 System to disable auto restart on any system error and set Windows application service properties to delayed start. 2) Configure System Failure and Recovery Option of your system so that it can create Small Memory Dump on system error caused by delayed start of Windows application. Please refer following guide for ...
I was able to backup all of the sharepoint databases before completely removing and reinstalling SQL server 2008 r2 standard. I had to make sure to completely remove ALL of the SQL Server directories from Program Files & Program Files (x86). I didn't do this the first time and my SQL Agent service still wouldn't start/gave the same error. Looking more ...
You can write another service that itself watches for the result before finishing starting, or assuming this is a service written in house just move the query into there. Alternatively set the service to manual and make a scheduled task that on startup spins waiting on your WMI query and starts the service after that. This could also watchdog the service ...
No. You will need another service, process, script, etc. that is set to run on startup to run the WMI query, and when the query is complete it can be start your service.
I used SubinAcl (as suggested by patrx) to be able to start MySQL as a regular domain user (not admin) and it works perfectly! (the command needs however to be executed as a -local at least- Admin) The command is: [PATH_TO_SUBACL]\subinacl.exe /service MySQL /grant=[Domain User - Without domain]=TOP Just note that I entered the user without prefixing it ...
Yes, it is possible: Look at the properties of the services to get the service names (not the display names. In the example below I have used the Smart Card Service, the service name is scardsvr Then from an administrative command prompt use the command: sc config scardsvr start= auto depend= "netlogon"
I successfully got Spamd.exe to run as a service on Windows Server 2012R2 using srvany.exe. It's not supported on 2012R2 but it works just fine for this purpose. First get srvany.exe from the Windows Server 2003 resource kit and make sure it's installed in c:\windows\system32 (I'll use all default paths in this tutorial, modify as needed). Then, from a ...
sc delete "SERVICE NAME". Don't miss to put double quotes in service name. If missed out it wont delete the service.
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